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High School Sports

  • Titans too much for Knights

    By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

    Marion County (3-4) struggled to stop Mercer County (4-3) on Friday night, letting the Titans score 20 points in a decisive fourth quarter, on their way to a 41-14 rout of the Knights. 

  • Cardinals grounded

    Junior wide receiver Lincoln Haydon and senior running back Justin Dawson scored two touchdowns each to help lift Marion County a win on Homecoming night.

    Friday night, the Knights toppled the Taylor County Cardinals, 39-22, and picked up a win in their district opener.

    “We had the speed advantage … and that is what allowed us to win the ball game,” Marion County Coach Jeff Robbins said.

  • Eagles, Lady Knights end in a draw

    The Marion County Lady Knights started well on senior night, taking a 3-0 lead over the North Bullitt Lady Eagles on Oct. 2.

    But North Bullitt came back in the second half to earn a tie, 3-3.

    “It doesn’t start much better than that,” Lady Knights Coach Devin Johnson said. “You got to finish though.”

  • Over in a flash

    A little lightning shortened the Marion County Knights’ match Saturday night, but they had enough time to take a 5-0 win over the Fort Knox Eagles.

    The referees spotted lightning as the teams were returning to the field for the second half, which caused a mandatory 30-minute delay. Shortly thereafter, the teams agreed to call the game instead.

  • Two losses for Lady Knights

    Central Hardin visited the Marion County Lady Knights on Oct. 1 and returned home with a win. The Lady Bruins won the match in three sets, 25-17, 25-13, 25-20.

    “We couldn’t pass to save our lives,” Marion County Coach David Hibbard said.

    Nevertheless, Hibbard did see a bright spot for the Lady Knights. During the first half of the third set, Marion County was outplaying the Lady Bruins, even forcing them to take a timeout while trailing 17-12.

  • Knight Time 5K is Friday, Nov. 1

    Who has the most spirit? Marion County or Washington County?

    Come to Lebanon on Friday, Nov. 1, for a fun, competitive run/walk open to everyone, including runners and walkers from other parts of the region and state.

    Pick your team or choose to stay neutral! Stay and watch the “Border War” Marion County vs. Washington County football game after the race (entry not included.) 

  • Marion County closes season at regional tourney

    Marion County High school golfers ended their season at the Region 4 tournaments on Sept. 30 at Campbellsville Country Club (boys) and Oct. 1 at South Park Country Club in Louisville (girls).
    According to Marion County Coach Chad Spalding, it was a rough end to the season for the boys team.
    “It was a disappointing day for us,” he wrote in an email. “We simply played our worst 18 holes of the year.”
    There was one exception, however, Spalding wrote that Mason Gadberry turned in his best 18-hole performance of the fall. Gadberry led Marion County with an 84.

  • District play begins Friday for Knights

    The Marion County Knights stood at 2-3 heading into last week’s bye week. At 7:30 p.m. Friday, the Knights open district play by hosting the Taylor County Cardinals.
    While the season has already been tough, Knights Coach Jeff Robbins is expecting it to get even tougher this month.
    “We definitely have an uphill battle coming at us the next few weeks,” he said.

  • Heads up

    The Marion County Knights scored four of their five first half goals on headers en route to a 9-0 win over the visiting Bullitt East Chargers.
    “That’s a first for us in a long time,” Knights Assistant Coach Phillip Chatigny said after the Sept. 26 match.
    Coach Greg Conley was not at the game as he was serving the second game of a three-game suspension due to a red card he received in the Sept. 21 match against Elizabethtown.
    But his influence was still being felt.

  • Lady Knights top Thomas Nelson

    Marion County didn’t waste any time defeating the Thomas Nelson Generals on the Thursday.
    The teams had agreed to play two out of three (instead of three out of five), and the Lady Knights won, 25-11, 25-20, at home.
    Marion County Coach David Hibbard had a simple assessment of the first set of the match.
    “We were really good, and they were really bad,” he said.
    In the second set, the Lady Knights defense wasn’t as good, Hibbard said, but it was still good enough to win.